C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud (1989) - Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi

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A military experiment to create a race of super-warriors go awry, and legions of murderous zombies are unleased upon a surburan neighborhood.

IMDB: 3.9
Director: David Irving
Stars: Brian Robbins, Bill Calvert
Length: 84 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 9 out of 62 found boring (14.51%)

One-line Reviews (22)

It's silly and enjoyable, the perfect movie to kill some time with if you want some simple silly fun.

) classics such as Critters, Ghoulies, Killer Klowns and Chopping Mall – all of which were – technically – awful, but still incredibly enjoyable in a 'so-bad-it's-good' kind of way.

It's boring, dull, and painful to sit through, and, considering it's a dumb comedy from the 1980s that was marketed as a horror film for teens, they should have at least kept the viewer awake with heaps of gore.

This was the worst movie I have ever seen.

Yes, the movie has it's faults but I see it pointless to explore them.

For the most part this one here was quite the fun and enjoyable cheesy effort.

He's a zombie monster, but he's likable and entertaining.

Unbelievably stupid, tiresome camp comedy sequel to a straight faced original - although it should be noted that "C.

The similarities are endless, except the fact that not a minute of this tame, boring junk comes even close to being enjoyable as said film with the same, basic premise.

I have never walked out on a movie and I never plan to.

Graham plays Bud and has many snappy one-liners.

This movie causes only pain when you watch it as the entire movie is one big cliche.

Understand me, I'm not saying Chud II is a good movie (I've seen far better, and far worse), I'm just saying that it's definitely entertaining and delivers quite a few laughs.

We both had to watch this movie in installments because we kept falling asleep from boredom.

From the thrilling theme song to the plot.

Teenagers steal a corpse named Bud (an excellent and engaging performance by Gerrit Graham) that turns out to be a cannibalistic mutant that passes on its flesh-eating tendencies to anyone it bites.

watching paint dry is a lot more fun than this.

That is a good suspenseful horror film.

It's an enjoyable 80's horror/comedy because it's very similar to, although not nearly as good as, Night of the Creeps (which is a GREAT horror/comedy).

It's the ideal example for a textbook of every horrible 80s kitsch cliché that it's utterly hilarious.

It's one of the worst movie I ve ever seen since Xtro 3

2 is harmless, enjoyable fluff.